The first ever Apple Mac Plus, which was given to Star Trek Creator Gene Roddenberry by Apple in January of 1986 is going to be sold at auction.
The Auction house expects it to sell for $800 to $1,200 so you might just be able to get your hands on it, although we suspect it will probably sell for a lot more.
“This is the personification of life imitating art. Gene Roddenberry’s vision inspired countless people to pursue careers in science and aerospace. This milestone computer, given to Gene by Apple’s innovators, is a symbol of this synergy,” said Joe Maddalena, president of Profiles in History.
It even comes with the original keyboard and mouse , plus the original external floppy drive, and Apple logo carrying case.
via Cult of Mac
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